Deputy Assistant AG Miller Discusses Robust DOJ Anti-Corruption Efforts, Stressing Individual Accountability, Self-Reporting, Remediation and Cooperation

In recent remarks, Lisa H. Miller, Deputy Assistant Attorney General for the DOJ’s Fraud and Appellate Sections, offered an overview of the Fraud Section’s robust enforcement activities and successes in 2022 and reaffirmed the DOJ’s focus on holding individuals accountable and on encouraging companies that learn of misconduct to self-report, cooperate and remediate. This article discusses the key takeaways from the speech and future coverage will further address the most recent revisions to the Corporate Enforcement Policy. See “Top FCPA Officials Discuss the State of Compliance and Advise on Negotiations, Presentations and When to Cooperate” (Dec. 21, 2022). 

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